Blethen Berens’s criminal defense attorneys can help if you have been accused of theft or other property-related crimes.
Theft and property crimes in Minnesota can involve a wide range of circumstances, severity of charges, and potential consequences. For example, theft in Minnesota involves improperly taking property, services, trade secrets, or even another’s identity. Theft crimes can involve misdemeanor, gross-misdemeanor, and felony charges, and the level of offense often depends on the item(s) stolen and the value of those items. Other property-related crimes in Minnesota can involve receiving stolen property, damage to property, and burglary.
No matter the level of theft or property charge, clients deserve representation that will help them navigate the legal system to obtain the best possible outcome for their circumstances.
If you have been accused of theft or other property charges, contact our criminal law attorneys for a consultation.